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The Slums of Beverly Hills - * * *

The nostalgia wave for the 1970s rolls on, this time in the guise of a coming of age comedy entitled The Slums of Beverly Hills. The Slums of Beverly Hills follows the path of a destitute family of transients who … Continue reading

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Krippendorf’s Tribe - * * *

Krippendorf’s Tribe is a formula comedy. Done poorly, formulaic comedies might seem to signify the downfall of American cinema. However, every now and then one emerges, like Krippendorf’s Tribe, that actually works. Professor James Krippendorf (Richard Dreyfuss), the renowned anthropologist, … Continue reading

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Everyone Says I Love You - * * *

Woody Allen’s latest film is a musical romantic comedy that should appeal to fans of the genre. It overlays a traditional Allen film with song and dance numbers of early 20th century standards. The film is narrated by DJ (Natasha … Continue reading

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